Digital hazardous chemicals management with Quentic and DENIOS

April 11, 2022

  • Markus Becker, CEO of Quentic
  • Benjamin Rajko, Project Manager for Digitalization at DENIOS
Quentic is expanding its partner offering in the field of hazardous chemicals management and occupational safety. With the solution provided by Quentic and DENIOS, customers can benefit from a full overview of their work with chemicals.

New laws, increasing complexity, growing obligations and a large number of stakeholders make it difficult to get a complete picture of current developments in hazardous chemicals management – including all its attendant processes and requirements.  

Quentic’s software for EHSQ and ESG management makes it easier for companies to manage all information surrounding hazardous and non-hazardous chemicals. Multiple control elements enable users to generate risk assessments or safety instructions, manage safety data sheets or regulate processes with just a few clicks. The latest software update makes it possible for users to inspect storage amounts against the Seveso III Directive and to manage hazardous chemicals from a mobile device.

By partnering with DENIOS SE, Quentic is further strengthening its offering in hazardous chemicals management. DENIOS offers over 14,000 products for the storage and handling of hazardous substances, e.g storage systems or collection trays, as well as tailored individual solutions and services.The company has decades of experience in corporate environmental protection and occupational safety as well as far-reaching expertise regarding laws and regulations. With the combined solution, customers can conduct automated combined storage checks on their hazardous chemicals cabinet, for example.

“DENIOS SE is one of the leading producers and sellers of products and services for hazardous chemicals management, with a strong international network and extensive expertise in the field. We are very excited to have them by our side as a partner and to be able to support customers throughout Europe with the complex challenges of hazardous chemicals storage and occupational safety,” says Markus Becker, CEO of Quentic.  

Benjamin Rajko, Project Manager for Digitalization at DENIOS, adds: “As a market leader for hazardous chemicals storage and occupational safety, we were looking for a strong strategic partner for EHS software, and that’s exactly what we found with Quentic. Now we will be able to offer our customers even greater support with their hazardous chemicals storage and health and safety processes, ensuring more safety and minimizing risks.” 

Would you like to know more about this partnership? If so, please contact Thomas Ziegler, Senior Partner Manager DACH, at